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Aichi University has a special financial aid system for all international students with a student visa who are studying at their own expense. Any such student who is registered as a graduate, undergraduate or junior college student is entitled to a 30% reduction in tuition fees. International students who graduate from the Junior College and transfer to an undergraduate course, or undergraduate students who are accepted into the Graduate School, may qualify for a further reduction in tuition fees. In addition, special scholarships are awarded annually according to merit. 

Aichi University has a tuition fee reduction system for international students. For those who have completed the predetermined procedures and have been deemed eligible for the reduction, their tuition fees are reduced by 30%.

Note, however, that to apply for the reduction, international students must maintain the status of residency of “College Student” as of April 1, 2018. If a student whose status of residency is other than “College Student” intends to change it to “College Student,” but does not complete the change procedures by April 1, he/she will not be eligible for the reduction in the spring term. In such a case, his/her eligibility for reduction will be applied in the autumn term or later.

For Academic Year 2017 : Tution and fees for the international students (Figures in this table include a 30% reduction in tution) Please click here!

For Academic Year 2018 : Tution and fees for the international students (Figures in this table include a 30% reduction in tution) Please click here!

 

Financial Aid for International Students:

Aichi University has the following financial aid programs for international students studying at their own expense. Only those whose status of residency is “College Student” are eligible to apply for financial aid. The scholarship programs and applicant eligibility may be subject to change owing to our university’s circumstances. Be sure to check the relevant information provided in the application guidance at the time of your application.

1. Entrance Examination Scholarship Program

Those who have earned 320 points or above in the Japanese (as a foreign language) subject of the Examinations for Japanese University for International Students (EJU) administered in academic year 2016 or 2017 are eligible to receive 300,000 yen in the year of their enrollment at Aichi University. Those wishing to obtain the scholarship must submit the application after enrollment.
However, the above score (320 points) does not include the score in the “Writing” section.

2. Tuition Fee Reduction System
1) Eligibility
Aichi University has a tuition fee reduction system for international students studying at their own expense in the degree programs of its undergraduate courses, graduate schools, law school or junior college as of April 1, 2018. Privately financed international students who are approved by the university as needing financial support are entitled to this tuition reduction.

Of students admitted by passing the general entrance examination and those admitted based on recommendation, those who receive less than 90,000 yen on average as a monthly allowance from their family (excluding for the entrance fee, tuition fees, etc.) are entitled to this reduction. Applicants must submit a request for the tuition fee reduction when they carry out the admission procedure. For successful applicants of the pre-arrival entrance examination to be eligible for the reduction, the monthly allowance they expect to receive from their family after enrolment must be less than 90,000 yen on average (excluding for the entrance fee, tuition fees, etc.). They also must submit a request for the tuition fee reduction when they carry out the admission procedure.

2) Amount of the reduction
The amount corresponding to 30% of the annual tuition fee.

3. Scholarship Programs
Aichi University offers its own unique scholarship program to encourage study by privately financed international students.

Scholarship name Number of recipients Amount of scholarship Outline
Study Grant Program
(Gakusyu Shoreikin)
for Privately Financed International Students
20 recipients for each academic year 200,000 yen per year Awarded to privately financed international students
who meet the requirements specified by Aichi University,
including the number of credits earned and the Cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA).

[Reference]

Aichi University Education Research Support Foundation Scholarships

Scholarship name Number of recipients Amount of scholarship Outline
General Scholarship
(Ippankyufu Scholarship)
About 15 recipients 120,000 yen per year Awarded to selected students who have achieved high academic performance
and who are deemed to have difficulty attending the university for financial reasons.
To receive the scholarship, students must meet the GPA and other requirements.
Supporters’ Association
Scholarship
(Koenkai Kyufu Scholarship)
for Privately Financed International Students
About 15 recipients 100,000 yen per year Awarded to privately financed international students who are approved
as being persons of excellent caliber and having achieved high academic performance,
but have difficulty attending the university for financial reasons.
To receive the scholarship, students must meet the GPA and other requirements.

*The above tables show the results in academic year 2016.

*When applications are invited for external scholarships provided by the Japanese government, local public bodies, private organizations and other entities, Aichi University will announce the information to students, and select suitable individuals to recommend them as candidates for these scholarships.

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